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BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

)01OIJGII COUNCIL., 'The firtnighttly mieeting of the W\Viiaii'itta tIhnuh ( tinitiloieil wita 1lelf tilli Mlillltiiy ighli. 'lihi Mayor ((:'. . AtVttVwell) \;van illlualvoidiblyi aiitisei. ('r, W. I. t',dwi 'dti s \wiis vot edl to itI chairi, iand otiet; i'c:ciieset \w'trt (1i,?, A, 11, ;{lnilh, I!, A. Tfea Vile, T' l'rciitilce, J, Tw\\eet, d? ,, (C, I lrbriik nnl Ji , 11. ,uiandford, t'Ui lt lim'UNI)JO~lt e ii r'eply, tatl(itg htiit. the 1)!eliiitiiiiitl him i Iuliiit; fi liti whlich ii gritlit colllt tie iiiitde tiiiiiiid:; i(he cXlcliscs ii ('iiiiiI'thSii wilfh tie ii nini :ilhil fithl . The i't(T, Ih liit ii i [ f thc ll ' [,len'e lDipartm lilll, ho~wevte , perniit of ieii it tli'Tiii;; paying a fiiirtiot ut lhe i llil ('Mt , t ellf t itt icii iy atllowlince I iwii'cii ; the i- t',iit ut teichiii g ,Jlllll or (liftlef ii, t i Wtliit, liefrrii i ? to tc , W. 1I. idit \'tariif twhfi in (oiruesujiiitlifiii. Oif tfie tfehoiol toiiilil1t L ,i tc t l ,o l ma e inqiti hiei ,, iom WaIl...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

AllERN ATNI) Al'\WINlEY ,JARII,$TI?L'8 & )?tld'.L'OL)LI, REID STRIEET, WANGA1lATTA. Mr, Aoriin, (collolllhiolor )or Now louth Walco. Trust and other ~hnoya to tlnd. NOTOUT'P & l1111311)ICK1, Barristere alnd olicitors, REID LTlIEE'T, WANGlAlIATTA. Mr. T1. F. Notcntt, a (lConllltnior for taking allldaviti; Mr, F'. U. l'ur brick. Trust and other Mloneys to lond at Lowest lateu. CIlA., II. BUMMlIItU, , · A.R.V.I.A. AROHITECT, Faithful Street, WVangarartta, JASPER IIUfB3AND, I,h,, LU.L.., Blarrlater and Holicitor, REID STIlEET, WANGAllATTA, H. A. MUIRIGUI, BARIISTER & B1OUIrTOrI, REID 8TRlI1ET, \VAN(A?lATTA, CommissIonor for takiung Ahlavite , Moneys to Lenl at lowest rate.o, IT'HOMAS lAIIAM, B,I,, BARllISTEI & 801(1'TOil. The tin' of ('dalo nol n l Malockh having been disolvedl, Mr. (.,tahlll will continue buliuacs in Clhmlberls an Conunmtercial Iluildin1gu, tlrld ltreet, Monoye are awaiting inveitmeunt at surrent rates. DANIEL J, CONNELL, Barriater and S...

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RACING DISQUALIFICATION. (To the Editor of "The Chronicle.") [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

IIACINGl ll)tillAlj UtUlf utiN, (''o the Editur ofl'o (lhe Ciroiiice." tir,- ltt.youi htoie of tha lit h alt. tunder ' " A r th- laiut(:l'n Un rI(,vjiIere.d it el te coitl ct f tlltl ie ll) rtilo lvliiiic deof 1U llt li of a alaftioiii lhl h iileY iittevt li the AUeofuiiatiti f the abovtl\e (clublhs at Wangre, atita ontH Bet|)?i ullt. In tl .irm ii to m lllyliu llautllr tilte publiclth iw certarilljl(ctil Il ti' ini l the Wilial n h otliit the l: ii' iohn fnd. of he trihe cunaLse appoi ted II ]hear the evidelice andi~ judlge myI ull Ileal againuti thi t. (hlh men~ll~tionU~ of miy racitnlg morlle Ullefull, ailt 1;u let the lpublic Klnow certaini fa)ctsi o which they would otherwh?e be hn i rly llora .0, The fatsh of the case are that on the 1ith lt., atlter the lilack lace at flobinawarriah, It. ltobihtoal, the rilhlr of Utletfll, was tcfallld biefoie te titewardi; to explailt htit fiding of iefitiul ini the race, Ile Itated titt hIe gIlt il CHi a d h tal tI, i th t hie culltidtl erd...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

(\Y nVe (LiC It LcsL1L(LLllIo tot tlio ijIllifiLIL IJjLpLiLJucd b~y our' (Jorrcii )O~ldOLit L.)

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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SHEEP FARMING IN CANADA. EDMONTON (Alberta), Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

SHElIIP FARMING IN OANADA. EDMONTON (Alberta), Monday, It has fallen to the lot of a Now Zealander to inaugurate in Alberta the sheep-farming industry, which has not hitherto been attempted in ally of the Canadian Prairio Provin ces, Mr. James E, Buckley, a weal thy Now Zealand live-stock raiser, has purchased 10,000 acres of land in Alberta, on which he will estab lish a sheeoop ranch, He has .planned to instal carding, dyeing, and weav ing plants on the property. 'rThe Al bortan Government has promised to lend support to the new industry,

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DEFENCE OF PACIFIC. TOKIO, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

DEFINCE OF PAOIFIO. TOKIO, Monday Night. The remarke made by (leCneral ir Ian Hamilton, British luspJtor-Gea= eral of the Overscte Forces, at Auck land, last week, on the defenc of the Pacilic, has caused i.uch com ment here, lHeo doprccated too much reliance on treaties, Japan, says tile Tokia press, must preparoi to stand alone and face the white races in battle, wl'ilo Asia must co-operate with. Japan for their commou dceIence. The "Nichi-Nichi-Shimbun" comn? plains that General Hamilton is a disturber of peace,

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Late Cable News ULSTER'S RESISTANCE. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

.[FROM REUTER.] -4, UlrS'TI?R's IIIlBIHTANCIW, LONDON, Monday Night. Mr. A,-lirrell, Chief Secretary for Ireland, qlucstioned in the lohuse of Commons yesterday, caid that the matter of de)priving justiceu of the peace impliented h ia i the gun-running in Ulster of their olllces wats t nder consideration, Mr. J, M, Hloggo (Ibieral), wished to know whether precciednts existed for amoending a Bill by a 111il, but Mr. Lloyd George, Chancellor of the !xchequor, did not reply. Mr. H, J, Tennant, Under Secret ary for War, in reply to a tquestion said that there were 125,000 regular troops in Great Britain, but he re fused to estimate how malny would be roequirod to sulldue IUlsJter,

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AUSTRALIA'S ARMY. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

AUSTRAr IA'8 ARMIY. LONDON, Monday Night. General 3ir Ian Hamilton, hlspec lor-General of the Oversea 'Forces, has lorwarded to the War o)ffico his report on Australian doefence, He recommends the reoranimatlon of the Military 3Board, and the ex cluslon of the Finance Member a decentrallsed administration; a pen sion scheme, on Canadian lines and greater attention to musketry in struction.,

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LORD ROBERTS DEFAMED. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

LORD RODERTS DEFAMED. Fioeld Marshal io rord loberts says that he never wrote a letter to the King, as alleged, and never thought of taking so foolish anlnd unsoldierlike a stop as to offer to return his hon ours and his baton as a field mar shal if the army occupied Ulster. There is no truth, he adds, in the story told in London upon which this apcount was founded. Despito the talk of a sottlomont and Mr. Asquith's. amending Bill, the cloud of war hovorsaover Ulster, The Oovenanters are grimly pre paring, while the Nationalist volun toeors talk about the ability of "Ire land's redeemors" to sweeoop the Pro testants out of the country. Tho proposed federal solution of the Ulster problem is steadily losing ground,

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FOOTBALL. MELBOURNE LEAGUE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

FOOTBALL. MELBOUIRNE LEAGUE MATOHI.I , South Meolbou~rno 8.4. boat Carlton 7.10, St, Kllda 17,13 boat Mvlbouruo 8,7. For St, Kilda, ), McNamara kicked 7 goals Geolong 13,9 boat Univeroity l,5 Ess.ndon 7.11 beat lichmond 49 points, Fltzroy 7.12 boat Collingwootd 7.10, liuthrglen oobballors, 9.15, (1o featod Albury 8,9, on Saturday. prlinghurst 8,13 Ioalt COhiltcrn,3,5,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

The actress stood at the mranager's door, i-Icer head was heavy, her throat was sore; Sho entered his presence with sink lng Iheart, She had come that day to resign her part. "A COld," cried the man, "Oh, my dear, There's really nothing for you to fear; I'll give you a remedy good and pulre Just take some Wooda' Poppermint OCure!" SKATING. EVEIlY MONDAY I)VISNING, 7.30 to 10 o'clock, I'I?R MAJl,?STY'S THIIIATHI{. Come and Eniloy tills 1lealthy pastime, Sports of Valomul lindlt. Plain and Fancy M?latlng 'Taulght. ahdnlssion Os; SkatesC Is. E. IINDIIOLIM, For Bronchnial Coughe, take Woods' Great Poppormint Ouro. 1/6. If You Valuo Your Oomplexion IRUNDLE'S Toilet Cream Thi ? daiuty tilot plreparation Ipro. toos thle uiu againsl tihe ullfots of coal winds and hard wuate' and pro. vunltu R1oughnss, ]Iudnue9 Irrita. tiun, Chlaps, utc, (I( Will'.keep your didn in perfect ,ondition all the year round, 1s Od Sa box: posted id lxtra, Arthur B. Rundlo, _ I1Ihll ,', \WAN(IAltAiTTA. 1 7 lPhon 57...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

' NOTES. Tho V.PK, Olub has Issued nmemorandum that all Judges and oxhibitors must not show at shows which aro not allliated with that body. This is a Ilrm stop in the right direction, and is rogrottod that it was not dons years ago, as it gives protoction to the honest ian clot, It would be wise to make all exhibitors become a financial monm bor with a voico in olection on pay moent of a nominal tee of say one shilling, thus admltting tho V.P.K, Olub control, as in the past thoro have been some very shady practices which without tlhe control lhavo ncc essarily passed as if unnoticed.

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RECORDS OF RAINFALL AT WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

RECORDS OF RAINFALL AT WANGARATTA. '1'ho following, i0 tho comlpluto r'ecord of the rainfall rugiutored at Wangalrntta in each year from 1893 up till 9 o'clock yoeterdaly morning, J.aui,,'y ,,. 00 77 127 28 ?? 3 71 - 38 61181 917 2 5 3 4 104 207 108 14?1 59 Februwny ,., 12 12 246i 89 120 354 1,48 03 42 05 78 78 27 0 55 140 99 4 534 5 1834 6 MIareh .. 114 477 190 55 37 36 5.12 394 311 186 2861 34 2 825 100 37 301 119 260 64 4?3 77 Apr,,i .,, 446 35( '293 17 12 83 19412 312 01 275 .12'23 5 31 93 93 404 5 17 14 315 2116 lMay ,, 472 171 202 .131 41 51 10.1 251 .81 iil 110 232 286 409 173 25' 430 245 403 2 379 1B8 Juno ," 389 468 230 102 295 350 493 332 209 8?5 323 275 235 547 271 428 488 339 278 312 241 July 37 1 328 18 218 24 237 127.213 209 0 382. 414 515 337 202 17 70 5 414 144 497 64 August. ,., 223 205 249 579 525 262 188 394 253 50 112 207 9 2269 187 148 402 268 90 206' 161 Supteumbur ,. 401 314 112 177 297 259 7 18) 207 94 350 105 1 3108 3 97 290 113 423 192 311) 180 Otobbr ., 23...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

1YoudH' Uircut I VI)I)Oclhlnt (:uiur, FICUIWo cllla nd coldtls zzCygzS lnI/~ Sold in 2 uz, n?ad 4 oz, (UctulnI weight) Plugs, or in Cut Doutblo-flako, packed in dainty Silvorod 2 oQ. Tinb, A joy forever I Cm FIor OChronlo Chest Complaints, •Woodl' Qoeat Poppormint Cure.o, 1/6. R, W, BERRY NOTIFIES tho I'ublic that ho han S taken over tho Bootmakinn and Roepairing Business in Murphy Streot, until rocontly conducted by Mr. Goblenz. Workmanship and Mat orial Guaranteoed. PRICES RIGHT, A TRIAL SOLICITED. BULL'S HEAD HOTEL UNDER NEW MANAUIIMEINT. J, HUBERT MAlSON (Late of WillliIInttown and Liongwood.) eatr Brand. of phirts, Wine?, Alba and Liquoru. Meala 1/. Good Btabllng. The Blue Funnel Line L'he following line, oatl, now twlt ucrow Ntornrul will loeavo 'LBLOUIINE for ],IVEiItOUL aend GLAilOOW. Via Adetlido, 1)urban and Capo lown, taking IOIIengeruII to lo(N DON who ao ueoxt froe pter iUpecial t'rain from ILverpool. Steamer 'ITus.. Date. NEST'OI ....., l,OrU-30th May, ULYtlliS .., ......

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

SPORTING NOTES, - --+-- Georgotte, carrying 10.1 and ridden by N. UD. oodby, starting at 8 to 1 against, won the Welter Handicap at Williamstown on Saturdiay. B3tlii Bulu, the favourite at 7 to 4, was second, two lengths away. Fred Kay defeated Milburn Saylor on points in the presence of 12,000 spl)ectators at Baker a Stadium on katurday night, .ay was down twice in the.second round, and once each in the eightlh, and thirteenta rounds, eay's right jabs piled up points for him, though Baylor was the stronger, flay received a tre mendous ovation at the conclusion. At a meeting of the committee iof the Beonalla Iacing Club last weoa it was reported that the prollt on the late Cup meeting was £62, It was decided to erect a running rail round the new track, which the clun had made last year at an oxpendi ture of over £500. In regard to the Bonalla Ohp run on 29th April last, Mr,3,Drown, the owner of Esporgardo, not having appealed to the V.R.C. against the decisilon of the 3onalla stewar...

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BENALLA SUPREME COURT. JOHN BOWER SENTENCED TO FIFTEEN YEARS. DAVID SPLATT GETS FIVE YEARS. BENALLA, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

BENALLA SUPREME COURT, --4--- JOHN BOWER SENTENCED TO FIFTEEN YEARS.     DAVID SPLATT GETS FIVE YEARS. BENALLA, Tuesday Night,, The May sittings of the Ienalla Supreme Court were commenced to day, before His Honor Judge Hood, David Splatt, of King Valley, was charged with carnally knowing his niece, under the age of sixteen years, Mr. Leon, K.O., prosecuted, and ac cused was undefended, and pleaded not guilty, The girl has just at tained her flfteenth birthday, and has given birth to a child, Evidence wris given by the mother and two sisters, substantiating the story told by the girl. Accused elected to give evidence, and swore that the story told by the witnesses for the Crown was all lies, The jury after a short retirement, returned with a verdict of guilty, Two further charges of a similar nature against girls (his nieces) aged thirteen and twelve, were preferred against accused. He pleaded guilty, Accused was sentenced to ive years on each charge, the s...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

FUNERAL NOTICE, f-j li¶l Friends of the late ,Joseph       Virgona are respectfully re.       q.ue;3ted to follow his r, mains to their Just 'estithng place, the, \ang:ara~tl enleltcry. The'Ili fluneral eajrteug wXill lt?t ]th Wagi?l itta. Itoepital at 2.1] d afts rwt ' di ; his late reitdi ence't at. ,i pL~ . Th'1is? lay, "JR¢VINGSP' (U. V, \Hicoh.), Unidirtakelr, IN MEMORIAM, CORKER---In levi n, memo'y at J 1l1e( 1). (o1i'rkir, who died at Wallarai i ltta o th M1 y, 1311, FIolcgt hlimn, 10 iev, l el dl' in'egnt Though ione from our midst to the hiome of th blest; His life nH o ublehisled, de(voted aind true, Will live iti our hcarts, as we sor row for you, His cheerful smiles, his loving ways Are pleasant to recall, He had a friendly word ]for each And died beloved by all. -Inserted by his fond parents, sis ters and brothers., Wangaratia Chronicle, Publiehed on WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY MORNINGSB. 1WE...

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OUR BUTTER EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

OUR BUTTER EXPORT. -----+---- In last issue we reviewed the mar keting, grade branding and quality of the Australian butter export in the light of Mr, Osborne's valuable, up-to-date. report to his directors of The . Western District Factories, There are also the important ques tions of "Margarine" and its in creaping competition; blending and its development to meeot the increas ing quantity of inferior butter from Overseas; and other matters such as direct trade with the Midlands, and advertising, These are 13ubjocts of great interest,. but they can wait until the butter producers of Aus tralia have solved the more instant problem of quality, and its detorio ration, and found a working basis on which to recver their former position in the London market. Let us now turn to Mr, Osborne, newly I returned from London with his mes sage: "Present methode in the industry, right from the farm to the market, must be improved. It is imperative that cream and milk be supplied fresh and pure f...

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METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY SERVICE     'hlo Anluivce!nary of the Metlhodiet Sunhay School woe celibrated on Sunday, "when three fervic,, wore held, all of whiclh wereo attoitdlod by goodi congregtationhii, though 'liirhapi not quite ?ucliI large gathcrihegl, as on previOlh ?iioiouo ;cio 'Ihroughoiit the 8tato Methodi;lt eclhool anniver naries invariably take the form of splecial lltusical itcimn Iy ia clihiron'H choir, and the W\ng:aratta school has for ycaruu iult been no cXCOp tlon to this rule. liid r the con ductorhip of Mr, A. hlblbott the children this year eiuittCed theom hebolves very creditably inde?e, a1(nd at the Sunday afterltnoon's service, wvhen over 100 younlg people wero gatheoro?4 on the largo platform the musical itoms bY the children were very pleasing. HIon, W. H. HEdgar, conducted both the morning and evoening services, and his forceful yet kindly manner of addressing the children wa s miucl appreciated, and he was most at tent...

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